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We remember the enthusiasm and talent you brought to our campus when you first recognized Mt. Sierra College as the right place to earn your bachelors degree. We’re excited for you to come back and complete your goal of being a college graduate – and to start a promising career in today’s global marketplace.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Statistics, unemployment rates decline with the more education one obtains and one's earnings increase with the more education one earns.
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We’re here to help you achieve your long-term goal so you may have the educational background you need to begin or enhance your career.
We combine theory with real-world situations from our faculty’s industry experience to prepare students for successful roles in their careers and communities.
From the latest iMac® student stations in our Mac Lab to our fully-functional private theatre; we offer advanced hardware and software to give students an edge in their chosen industries.
We understand the advanced learning needs of today’s student and offer bachelor degree programs online as well as on campus, or a combination of both called FlexLearn. Students may also schedule their classes to earn their bachelors degree in 3 years or less.
Our Career Development Department is focused on preparing students for a career with internship opportunities, resume building and interviewing skills – available both before graduation and after.
Our Financial Aid Department is ready to help you achieve the best financial help available. Scholarships, federal and state money and GI Bills are some options available to those who qualify.
Our learning atmosphere promotes success through small class sizes, individual attention, tutoring, additional support services and placing students’ educational needs first.
Our learning environment embraces diversity by making programs well-rounded and accessible to a geographically diverse, multicultural population.
Students graduate with a theoretical and practical basis for understanding the forces that shape society and are taught think critically and communicate effectively.